They make a smelly, oily, brown fluid that dogs use to identify each other and Also, if you dog has problems with his anal sacs, have your vet.
They're not the stuff of dinner party conversations, but knowing how to spot a problem could save your dog a lot of misery. Picture the scene. You've just washed.
If your dog regularly scoots on the carpet, the cause may be their anal glands. Learn how to recognize issues and how you can help relieve the.
Is your dog scooting or dragging their butt along the ground? This is a sign indicating a potential anal gland problem. Here's what you need to.